Nova Scotia Trunk 4

Nova Scotia Trunk 4

Nova Scotia Trunk 4

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<!-- Image with inadequate rationale removed: -->Trunk 4 is part of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia's system of Trunk Highways. The route runs from Highway 104 exit 7 at Thompson Station to Glace Bay. Until the construction of the Trans-Canada Highway, Trunk 4 was a major traffic link in northern Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island, and is still used on Cape Breton as an alternative to Highway 105.

Route description

Trunk 4's western terminus is presently at Highway 104 Exit 7 in Thomson Station, near Oxford. From there, the route uses the old Highway 104 through the Wentworth Valley to join with Trunk 2 in Glenholme, near the mouth of the Folly River. Between Glenholme and Truro, Trunk 4 runs with Trunk 2 with signage. It continues in Bible Hill, where it uses the Pictou Road and another former Highway 104 routing through Mount Thom and Alma, and continues along Westville Road through Downtown in New Glasgow. Trunk 4 continues eastward from downtown New Glasgow, closely following Highway 104 through Antigonish to the Canso Causeway, breaking up in four more places where no Highway 104 bypass has been constructed.

On the east side of the Canso Causeway at Port Hastings, Trunk 4 continues to the east through Port Hawkesbury and St. Peter's, along the south shore of Cape Breton Island. The route turns northeast along the eastern shore of Bras d'Or Lake through Big Pond and Ben Eoin to the lake's edge, then continuing northeast along the east bank of the Sydney......
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